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Christina's love and passion for the creative process and making dance more accessible has brought her into the magical world of dance on camera. Her dance films have been featured at the 50th Dance On Camera Festival at Lincoln Center, American Dance Festival, SXSW Music and Film Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, LA Dance Film Festival, Acadia Dance Festival (Audience Choice Award). She is the cinematographer of the Boston-Based dance company “RootsUprising” with artistic direction by Nailah Randall-Bellinger. Their dance film collaborations have been commissioned by Harvard University, New England Foundation for the Arts, and CambridgeArts. "Initiation- In Love Solidarity", their second dance film collaboration is now a permanent work-in-residence of the "Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery" tour at the Harvard Radcliffe Institute. Christina is the producer of the Artists in Motion Film Festival at The Gem Theater in Bethel, Maine.
Dance on Camera
The Keeping Of The Bees - A Short Informative Dance Film
ACADIA DANCE FESTIVAL 2021- "Audience Choice Award" Winner “The Keeping of Bees” is a short informative dance film that brings light to one of the many effects human behavior and climate change has had on a very important species; bees. Bees are responsible for pollinating a very large portion of our vegetation and food. It is estimated 1/3 of every bite of food is a product of bee pollination. Utilizing audio from NPR Weekend Edition with Scott Simon, we learn through Frank Aletru the many struggles beekeepers are facing today by combining dance, humor, and education Concept, Choreography, Videography, and Editing by Christina Belinsky Featuring: Nathan Duszny and Christina Belinsky Audio "In France, Bees Are Being Stolen" Scott Simon and Frank Aletru NPR Weekend Edition Saturday https://www.npr.org/2021/05/15/996988871/stolen-beehives-devastate-french-beekeepers#:~:text=In%20France%2C%20Bees%20Are%20Being%20Stolen%20%3A%20NPR.,number%20being%20taken%20at%20once.%20The%20likely%20
Pass Me By presented by Christina Belinsky
Pass Me By- a short dance film conceived choreographed, filmed, directed, and edited by Christina Belinsky Filmed in NYC Dancers: Featured Trio JORDAN EAGLE FRANCESCA GRANELL NATHAN DUSZNY Audition Dancers GABRIELLE D'ANTHOUARD ANGELA JOY RACHEL PERLMAN LEAH DUSTIN SIXTINE VANDERSCHOOTEN BONNIE MARTINEZ-JACKSON Creative Team: JAMIE ASKEY STEPHANIE BROOKS Subway Scene JAMIE ASKEY GABRIELLE D'ANTHOUARD OLIVIA GRECO SAM LOBEL BONNIE MARTINEZ-JACKSON SIXTINE VANDERSCHOOTEN Park Scene NIKKI CROKER FRANCESCA GRANELL PAUL THIEMANN LEAH DUSTIN JAMIE ASKEY GABRIELLE D'ANTHOUARD OLIVIA GRECO SAM LOBEL BONNIE MARTINEZ-JACKSON SIXTINE VANDERSCHOOTEN “Some of us just go along... until that marvelous day people stop intimidating us -- or should I say we refuse to let them intimidate us?” - PEGGY LEE
Christina Belinsky presents "Mr. Paganini"
A short dance film conceived, choreographed, and directed by Christina Belinsky featuring dancers from all over New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Music: (You'll Have to Swing It) Mr. Paganini (Live) by Ella Fitzgerald CAST Mr. Paganini ____SOPHIE SHAW The Fan ___ALYSSIA FARIAS Fan Supporters ARIANA BILODEAU KALEIGH BURNS MARISSA DURAGANO KATHERINE SOMERVILLE Audience Members MIA BORSETI, RYLIE BURNS, HILARIE CULLEN, JEANA DELLORUSSO, JENNA GORTON, ERIN GRADY, ALLISON HARTNETT, HOPE JOHNSON, DANIELLE KAMBERALIS, ISABELLA SERNAVSKY, LINDSEY WHITING, ANNA WOO-SAM Production Assistant ASHLEY MACLEOD LEVASSEUR Technical Director and Lighting MARK BELAND Asst. Technical Director and Lighting JAMES BROWNE Backstage and Wardrobe Assistant LORRIE BELINSKY Digital Colorist RICKEY KRAEMER Pre-Production Dancers JORDAN EAGLE ERIN KEI ANNE MARIE SNYDER MATTHEW VARVAR Rehearsal Venue RIOULT DANCE CENTER ASHLEY MACLEOD’S DANCE DREAMS Film Location DERRY OPERA HOUSE Brought to you by GREATER DERRY ARTS COUNCIL A Special Thanks To MARY McCARTHY HOEGEN, TIMOTHY LEARNED, MOLLY HENRY, MEGAN PROULX, PAM COOPER, KRISTEN BROOKS SANDLER NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MASSACHUSETTS DANCE COMMUNITY
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